GM LS Front Sump Oil Pans
Make your GM LS swap easy with a front sump oil pan. JEGS 50253 fabricated aluminum GM LS oil pan in powder coat black finish comes with a gasket, pickup, and hardware, giving you everything you need for a quick and worry-free installation. This kit provides an affordable option when performing a GM LS engine swap. JEGS LS swap oil pan designed for the D.I.Y. guy with upgrades including connections for a remote oil filter pickup system that will improve oil change accessibility and internal baffles that reduce oil sloshing. The fabricated aluminum construction reduces weight, and the thick mounting flange offers an increase in block rigidity. A remote oil filter kit is not included and can be purchased separately.
- Fits LS1, LS2, LS6, and LQ9 Engines
- Pan mounting flange thickness: 3/8 in.
- Drain Plug Threads: 1/2 in. -20
- (2) -8 AN Remote Oil Filter Fittings
- Baffled to prevent oil starvation under hard acceleration
- Designed for use with a remotely mounted oil filter
- Increased oil capacity compared to the stock oil pan
- Requires remote oil filter
- Oil pan hardware included:
- (13) M8-1.25 Bolts (Allen head)
- (13) M8 Flat Washers
- (2) M6-1.0 Bolts (Allen head)
- (2) M6 Flat Washers
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